Catastrophes often are necessary curtain raisers to revive spirituality
"This condition of a moral awakening is the same for all men as it was for the prodigal son who 'entered into himself' (Luke 15: 17). Most people do not consider the state of their conscience until they are driven inside by the collapse of everything on the outside. As poverty, famine and disillusionment made the prodigal 'come to himself,' so it may be that some great catastrophe may be a necessary curtain raiser to a spiritual regeneration."
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